The time has come for all us guys and dames who love Film Noir to assemble here at Maddy’s Club. Over the next three days, a large number of Noir fans will share their reviews and articles on all things Film Noir. Keep checking back to this post over the next three days to read all the entries.
Massive thanks to those of you who are taking part. I can’t wait to read all those entries.
Day 3 Entries
Gabriela from Pale Writer returns with a second entry, this time discussing the pairing of Alan Ladd and Veronica Lake in Noir films.
Pure Entertainment Preservation Society discusses The Dark Mirror.
Ruth from Silver Screenings discusses the villain in Kansas City Confidential.
Movie Night’s Group Guide To Classic Films writes about The Blue Gardenia.
Movie Rob takes a look at The Woman In The Window.
Gabriela from Pale Writer brings Lizabeth Scott to the Noir party, with her article on Dead Reckoning.
Mike from Films On The Box shares his thoughts on Fear In The Night, a 1940’s Noir starring DeForest Kelley.
Erica from Poppity Talks Classic Film, discusses the Noir classic They live By Night.
Movie Rob talks about about Scene Of The Crime, a Noir starring Van Johnson.
Day 2 Entries
Quiggy at the Midnite Drive-In tells us all about Abbot And Costello parodying Film Noir.
The Lonely Critic brings some Japanese Noir to the party, as he discusses High And Low.
Movie Rob discusses the Barbara Stanwyck classic Sorry, Wrong Number.
Le from Critica Retro discusses Tension, a Noir from 1949.
Clarissa from Stars And Letters shares letters from famous fans of The Killers.
Realweegiemidget joins us a second time to discuss John Wick: Chapter 3 .
John V’s Eclectic Avenue shares his thoughts on The Chase.
Day 1 Entries
Carol from The Old Hollywood Garden discusses friendships in Film Noir.
Portraits From Jenni writes about one of the best Noir’s of the 1950’s, the gripping Pickup On South Street.
Noirish discusses The True Story Of Lynn Stuart, a lesser known Noir film from 1958.
Paddy from Caftan Woman joins all the Noir fun, by sharing her thoughts on Thieves Highway.
Andrew from The Stop Button shares his thoughts on In A Lonely Place, one of the most famous of all Noir films.
Gill from Realweegiemidgetreviews brings Keanu Reeves to the Noir party. She discusses John Wick: Chapter 2, which is a modern Noir.
Erin from Cinematic Scribblings invites us to take a trip to the British seaside, for her review of the brilliant British Noir Brighton Rock.
Steve from Movie Movie Blog Blog II joins us to discuss Laura, truly one of the great classics of the genre.